- From the always astute James Corbett: Infantino a safe pair of hands for wobbly FIFA
- James Dorsey describes the implications of Salman's loss: Bahraini’s soccer defeat: A cautionary tale for autocrats
- At World Football Insider, Mark Bisson has a nice overview of the election, the role of the US and CONCACAF and the reform agenda: How Infantino Won the FIFA Presidency - and What Next?
- At the Telegraph Paul Hayward gives a skeptical view: Welcoming Gianni Infantino as Fifa president requires ignorance, forgetfulness and hypocrisy
- Grant Wahl has a gushingly effusive piece about Sunil Gulati: USA's Sunil Gulati played a pivotal role in FIFA’s election outcome
- The AP reports that Infantino will receive less compensation than Sepp Blatter did -- (which is an easy target to undershoot)
- For all that, Infantino remains largely a cipher, as I suggested in my profile of him for Sporting Intelligence
- At least as important as who was elected are the nitty-gritty details of the reform agenda passed by FIFA. Gareth Sweeney of Transparency International explains
- And here is FIFA on FIFA reforms.
Lots more to come as FIFA takes on a full plate of reforms and its goal of restoring credibility.